Daughter and father accused of incest after she offered him sex to stop him from remarrying
- Daughter offered sex to her father to stop him from re-marrying at the age of 19
- The incident was found out by her younger brother two years ago in Hong Kong
- Psychological report showed the intimate encounters were ‘misplaced love’
- The pair are due to be sentenced on June 12
A daughter and her father have been accused of incest after she offered sex to her father to stop him from re-marrying.
A district court in Hong Kong heard the two defendants admitting four charges of incest sex that first started in 2009 when she was 19-years-old.
A psychological report revealed yesterday that the intimate encounters arouse from ‘misplaced love, infatuation and devotion to her father,’ SCMP reported.
The daughter and her father in the incest case attended Wan Chai district court yesterday
The 27-year-old daughter and 59-year-old father pleaded guilty on April 27 to four encounters of sexual intercourse from 2009 to 2015.
According to HK01, the father, working as a Chinese medicine practitioner, divorced in 2013
The pair was discovered in August 2015 by her younger brother, who was studying in secondary school at the time.
He found footage of their intimate encounters on a SD card that was hidden in his father’s glasses case.
The pair were arrested two months later.
The daughter said she offered herself to her father the first time in 2009 as he appeared in a ‘depressed mood’.
Since then, the two of them continued to have sex for another six years.
The father, whose name was not revealed, told the police that he did not use protection and ejaculated.
The daughter explained in mitigation that she offered her body in a bid to stop her father from re-marrying.
She also told the prosecutors that she was willing to take up full responsibility in order for her father to walk free.
Both defendants attended Wan Chai district court yesterday.
The daughter’s lawyer wrote in a letter that the case did not involve a breach of trust and underage sexual activity.
A psychological report suggested that the father’s chances of reoffending is low as he claimed in a mitigation letter that he would move to mainland China and keep away from his daughter.
The court is set to sentence both defendants on June 12.